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Chak De India gets the best film award at IIFA 2008

MUMBAI: The high-voltage Idea IIFA 2008 concluded in Bangkok with Chak De India notching awards for best film (Yashraj Films), best actor (Shah Rukh Khan) and best director (Shimit Amin).

The film also bagged the award for best story (Jaideep Sahini). Kareena Kapoor got the best actress award for Jab We Met.







Amitabh Bachchan -IIFA brand ambassador

Konkana Sen Sharma and Irrfan Khan won the best actor in supporting role female and male respectively, for Life in a Metro.


Best actor in a negative role went to Vivek Oberoi for Shootout at Lokhandwala while Govinda got the IIFA trophy for best actor in a comic role for Partner.


AR Rahman got three awards which includes best music director (Guru), best background score and outstanding contribution to international cinema.







Akshay Kumar performing at IIFA 2008

The grand finale of Idea IIFA awards 2008 witnessed performances from Govinda, Katrina Kaif, Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar.


The night also saw acts from the team of upcoming film Mission Istaanbul and Love Story 2050.


The finale was hosted by Boman Irani and Ritesh Deshmukh with Urmilla Matondkar.


Star Plus will air the awards presentation ceremony on 29 June at 8 pm.



























































































Sr No.CategoryWinner
1Best Female Playback SingerShreya Ghosal for Barson Re, Guru
2Best Male Playback SingerShaan for Jabse Tere Naina, Saawariya
3Best LyricsJaved Akhtar for Agar Main Kahoon, Om Shanti Om
4Best Music DirectorA R Rahman for Guru
5Star TV debut femaleDeepika Padukone
6Star TV debut MaleRanbir Kapoor
7Idea Style Icon of the YearAbhishek Bachchan
8Idea Glamour Diva of the YearKatrina Kaif
9Idea Fresh Face of the YearNeil Nitin Mukesh
10Best DialogueImtiaz Ali for Jab We Met
11Best ScreenplayAnurag Basu for Life in a Metro
12Best Performance in Comic RoleGovinda for Partner
13Best Performance in Negative RoleVivek Oberoi for Shootout at Lokhandwala
14Idea IIFA Award for Outstanding contribution to Indian CinemaShyam Benegal and Mumtaz
15Idea IIFA Award for outstanding achievement by an Indian in International CinemaA R Rahman
16Best Actress in a Supporting RoleKonkana Sen Sharma for Life in a Metro
17Best Actor in a supporting RoleIrrfan Khan for Life in a Metro
18Best Director
Shimit Amin for Chak de India
19Best ActressKareena Kapoor for Jab We Met
20Best ActorShahrukh Khan for Chak De India
21Best MovieChak De India

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